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Publications for Graeme Gill

Publications for Graeme Gill

2015

Gill, G. (2015). Building an Authoritarian Polity: Russia in Post-Soviet Times. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lee, L., Gill, G. (2015). India, Central Asia and the Eurasian Union: A New Ballgame? India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs, 71(2), 110-125. [More Information]

Gill, G. (2015). Putin, Nationalism and Foreign Policy. In Roger E Kanet and Matthew Sussex (Eds.), Power, Politics and Confrontation in Eurasia: Foreign Policy in a Contested Region, (pp. 42-62). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gill, G. (2015). The Stabilization of Authoritarian Rule in Russia? Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 25(1), 62-77. [More Information]

2013

Gill, G. (2013). Political Symbolism and the Fall of the USSR. Europe-Asia Studies, 65(2), 244-263. [More Information]

Gill, G. (2013). Symbolism and Regime Change in Russia. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

2012

Gill, G., Young, J. (2012). Routledge Handbook of Russian Politics & Society. Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Gill, G. (2012). The Decline of a Dominant Party and the Destabilization of Electoral Authoritarianism. Post-Soviet Affairs, 28(4), 449-471. [More Information]

Gill, G. (2012). The Medvedev presidency. In Graeme Gill, James Young (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Russian Politics & Society, (pp. 27-32). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Gill, G. (2012). The Yeltsin era. In Graeme Gill, James Young (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Russian Politics & Society, (pp. 3-12). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2011

Gill, G., Maguire, D. (2011). Movements and Institutions: Analysing the Collapse of the Soviet Union. Slovansky Prehled, 97(1-2), 75-96.

Gill, G. (2011). Symbols and Legitimacy in Soviet Politics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

2010

Gill, G. (2010). Building the Communist Future: Legitimation and the Soviet City. In Stephen Fortescue (Eds.), Russian Politics from Lenin to Putin, (pp. 76-100). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gill, G. (2010). Destalinisation and the Question of the Reformability of the Soviet Union. Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 18(2), 127-143. [More Information]

2009

Gill, G. (2009). The Communist Party and the Weakness of Bureaucratic Norms. In Rowney, Don K; Huskey, Eugene (Eds.), Russian Bureaucracy and the State: Officialdom From Alexander III to Vladimir Putin, (pp. 118-134). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.



2008

Gill, G. (2008). 'Lenin Lives': Or Does He? Symbols and the Transition from Socialism. Europe-Asia Studies, 60(2), 173-196. [More Information]

Gill, G. (2008). Bourgeoisie, State, and Democracy: Russia, France, Germany and the USA. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2007

Gill, G. (2007). Australia and the USSR: From Cold War to Perestroika. In Alexander Massov, John Mc Nair, Thomas Poole (Eds.), Encounters under the Southern Cross- Two Centuries of Russian- Australian Relations 1807-2007, (pp. 232-252). Adelaide SA: Crawford House Publishing.

Gill, G. (2007). Conclusion: Democratization and Regional Politics. In Graeme Gill (Eds.), Politics in the Russian Regions, (pp. 204-213). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gill, G. (2007). Introduction: Power and the Russian Regions. In Graeme Gill (Eds.), Politics in the Russian Regions, (pp. 1-15). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gill, G. (2007). Russia: The Two Empires. In Robert Aldrich (Eds.), The Age of Empires, (pp. 176-195). London: Thames & Hudson Ltd.

Gill, G. (2007). Stalin: A biography. Journal of Modern History, 79(3), 723-725.

Gill, G. (2007). Stalin: The court of the red tsar. Journal of Modern History, 79(3), 723-725.

2006

Gill, G. (2006). A New Turn to Authoritarian Rule In Russia? Democratization, 13(1), 58-77.

Gill, G. (2006). Nationalism and the Transition to Democracy: The Post-Soviet Experience. Demokratizatsiya, 14(4), 613-626.

2005

Gill, G. (2005). Changing Symbols: The Renovation of Moscow Place-Names. Russian Review, 64(3), 480-503.



2004

Gill, G. (2004). Russia Stunted Civil Society And The Presidential Regime. Putin's Democracy:Transitional, Managed, or Illiberal?, Oslo, Norway: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.



2003

Gill, G. (2003). The nature and Development of the Modern State. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.



2002

Gill, G. (2002). Democracy and Post-communism - Political change in the post-communist world. United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.

Gill, G. (2002). Stalinism and the Fall of the Soviet Union. In Stephen G. Wheatcroft (Eds.), Challenging Traditional Views of Russian History, (pp. 217-234). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gill, G. (2002). The Failure of Democracy in Russia. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 3(2), 169-197.



2001

Gill, G. (2001). Culture, Democracy and Post-Communism: The Course of Regime Change in Eastern Europe. Acta Politica, 36, 47-70.



Gill, G. (2001). Vladimir Putin and the Future of the Russian Presidency. In Vladimir Tikhomirov (Eds.), Russia After Yeltsin, (pp. 16-33). Aldershot: Sage Publications.

2000

Gill, G. (2000). The Soviet Mechanism of Power and the Fall of the Soviet Union. In Niels E.Rosenfeldt, Bent Jensen, Erik Kulavig (Eds.), Mechanisms of power in the Soviet Union, (pp. 3-22). New York: Macmillan Press


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